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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the breaking news overnight about a false alarm at a major u-s airport. the latest developments in a brutal murder trial in eastern iowa. the new work in cedar rapids to care for people who can't cover the cost themselves. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
new this morning - a false alarm at l-a-x sent hundreds of travelers running for cover overnight following reports of an active shooter at the busy airport. airport.but police say no gunman was found and no shots were fired.now -- officials say the false reports started with loud noises and they're still trying to figure out what caused them.after the reports -- people were seen running from the airport and flights were grounded for a short time. also new this morning -- officials in brussels are saying a reported outside belgium's criminology institute is mostly likely an arson attack on a crime lab -- and ?not terrorism.belgium media reported that a car drove through a barrier and caused an explosion -- nobody was injured.the country has been on high alert since last march when terrorists killed 32 people in attacks at an airport and subway. a dubuque man who is the suspect in a brutal sexual assault and killing killinghas just been transferred to a facility in
judge decided helmon betwell wasn't competent to stand trial in the murder of 66-year-old nancy krapfl.court documents show he told police he did it because he had nothing better to do and the victim was in the wrong place at the wrong time. time.betwell is now at the iowa medical and classification center in coralville.state officials say the facility only has 18 beds - and a waiting list with 11 people on it, so the delay of two months is fairly normal. right now -- iowa is trying to figure out why so many released inmates become repeat offenders.new information from the department of corrections shows an increase in inmates going back to prison.the study tracked offenders let go from work release and prison who ended up back behind bars within three years.that number has increased -- and last year -- about 15-hundered inmates returned. nearly 10-percent of eastern iowans are uninsured - leaving more than 10-thousand cedar rapidians without proper health. healthcare.that could soon change as a new initiative is
program is cr care-a-van.its goal is to help the homeless and uninsured in cedar rapids get the proper healthcare they need.it starts with giving away basic needs. "if i bring somebody some deodorant or toothpaste or bandaids or a hat or gloves, then hopefully they'll allow me to engage them in conversation and in the conversation, i can help link them with community resources." resources."the program will begin november first - and will expand in 20-17 - incorporating healthcare professionals and social workers. care-a-van plans to continue to meet basic needs for people in the corridor. the longterm goal is to work with medical professionals social workers and universities to better understand the homeless population and how those people can be helped.you can find out more about the plans - on our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. a former democratic candidate for president was back stumping in iowa again sunday. sunday.this time -- it was for democrats in iowa at the progress iowa corn feed.
martin o-malley slammed iowa governor terry branstad for privatizing medicaid and closing the state's mental health facilities.he also criticized donald trump's recent attempt to appeal to minority voters. sot: martin o'malley: 01:22:10:21 "the truth is - from the first days of his campaign he's tried to set himself up as the guy who talks about america as a country that is primarily for white people. his appeal - his nativist appeal - he says demeaning things about various ethnic groups and people background."the second annual event in downtown des moines had speeches from all candidates vying for a spot in congress this november.first congressional district challenger monica vernon praised ashton kutcher's message when he stumped for hillary clinton in cedar rapids on saturday. sot: monica vernon (democratic candidate - district 1): 01:42:44 "iowans - we're not the kind of people that kick people when they're down - we're the kind of people who take care of people when they're down - we help them. and he says we're all about doing the right thing. and
congress."other candidates -- like senate candidate patty judge -- also spoke at the event. iowa's republicans also met this weekend in the state's capital - at senator joni ernst's second annual roast and ride. ride.senator ernst lead around 400 people on a 42 mile motorcycle ride around des moines.top state republicans , like governor branstad, steve king, rod blum and chuck grassley all attended.the event was headlined by g-o-p nominee for president donald trump. meanwhile - the republican nominee says he will give a speech this wednesday illegal immigration in arizona. arizona.trump's position on whether or not to deport the estimated 11 million immigrants in the u-s illegally has been unclear in the past week.he recently said at a rally his position could be softening..trump also is set to spend 10 million dollars on commercials in the next week or so in nine important swing states - including here in iowa. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to the
extended interviews not only with our station but our sister stations across the coun. country.we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. please share your thoughts with us by email or facebook. right now - south florida is bracing for possible flooding. flooding.a tropical storm is churning off the coast - threatening the southern part of the state with several days of heavy rain.the storm was last tracked 60 miles south of key west - and is heading toward the gulf of mexico. another storm - hurricane gaston is getting stronger but forecasters say it doesn't pose any threat to land. a bus carrying flood recovery workers from new orleans to baton rouge crashed into a fire truck and three other vehicles yesterday.two people were killed and nearly 40 others injured.state police say the bus driver was a 37-year-old honduran man who'd entered the u-s illegally.he's expected to be charged with two counts of negligent homicide. cbs 2 news has been tracking the declining interest in becoming a police officer in
stations say they're getting fewer recruits to join the force -- and that's happening around the nation too. too.police in san jose, california are working around the clock -- forcing some officers to sleep in r-vs near the station.they say over time is mandatory and they can't drive all the way home to sleep and return on time.the department says there are too many shifts and not enough officers. "these officers should be sleeping in their own beds. they should seeing their kids and seeing the family. and that's not happening. and it's not happening because we are absolutely at an emergency state when it comes to staffing" staffing."city leaders in san jose call it a growing crisis. some officers are working 17- hour days.right now they're trying to push a proposal to hire more people. amana is quiet right now, but this weekend it was buzzing non. non-stop.this weekend was the amana wood-fest in the amana colonies.the weekend-long
showcasing their talents.the festival included demonstration s, furniture carvings, and toys.about two-thousand people showed up to the festival with more than 30 vendors "seems like a lot of traffic through here, seems like sales have been good so we're really happy with this year's event, the weather has been good. i think that's helped a lot!" lot!"the amana colonies hosts a variety of festivities throughout the year- including the upcoming ice cream social on september first. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.after the break...the new technology letting you watch the n-f-l like never befo. before.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have... have...
- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- a bit of fog in the area this morninga& -temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are mild all around iowa - the regional satellite/radar is keeping conditions quiet - let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see mainly quiet conditions - today's forecast features clear skies & cooler temperatures- tonight's forecast has us looking for mainly clear & chilly conditions- the next three days show more dry and cool weather- our 7 day forecast does bring more cool weather
game is on september 8-th with a rematch of the super bowl. bowl.and when the season does kick off, fans will have much more to follow than instant replays, overhead cameras, and smartphones to track fantasty s. stats.betty you explains why players will be wired for safety and entertainment. nats game these two little chips tucked within both shoulder pads on every nfl player is changing thegame. they send out a wireless signal to receivers that are placed around every stadium. the league has partnered zebra technologies, to track every move on the field. all the data is beamed back and monitored in real time at the company's command center in san jose. during games, broadcasters get the data almost instantly. for the first time this season, all of the stats are delivered to the teams the very next day. sot: jill stelfox / gm & vice pres., zebra location solutions "they're able to see really three important things. one is how to better train players. their sort of health and safety on the field. the second is coaching. how can
their routes better. and the third is tactics."also new this season - the football is tagged with the same sensors. sot: jill "the fun thing about the football this year is you can know things like the distance of the throw and the speed at which it not only left the quarterback's hands but landed in the receiver's." betty yu / @bettykpix "the real time stats on players don't just help out the teams, it enhances the experiences for the fans. sometimes, broadcasters announced them during games in the stadium, or if you have n xbox you can nats game even if it's not game day, some teams, including the 49ers are using the technology during practice. sot: eric petrosinelli / general manager, zebra sports "the 49ers are very progressive in what they do so they usually get that data and analyze it in ways that they think will improve their players
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you can't fake steak. welcome back - - it's now we're taking a look at your??????? your??????? here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... crews will begin th stage of construction this season on first avenue in cedar rapids.today crews will start to mill down old pavement and apply the first layer of new asphalt.work will take place between 33-rd and 40th street.there will be one lane of traffic in each direction.drivers will also be restricted on where they can turn left on this stretch of road - so finding an alternate route is advised.the project is expected to finish by october. the iowa utilities board has approved the country's largest
based mid-american energy is behind the three-point-six- billion-dollar wind turbine operation plan.the company says the new wind farm will generate enough energy to power 520-thousand homes.the location for the project is still being worked out. this week - a new website will go live for johnson county voters.the new site - vote-4-1-1-dot-org is being built by the league of women voters of johnson county. they're hoping to boost voter participation by providing information on local, state and can also check their voter registration status - find polling locations and even register to vote.the new site launches thursday. drew ott and nate meier are gone from a hawkeye defense that was pretty darn good last season - without a doubt - those are big shoes to fill - but iowa - looks to be well-stocked with replacements at defensive end... xavier alum matt nelson and waukon native parker hesse
freshmen last season after ott's injury - so as sophomores - both bruisers are listed as starters - for hesse - after contributing last season - he's ready to make a leap for the hawks this season... i was out there almost just trying to not screw up - now it's kind of turned around this year - where i'm gonna be trying to make plays and trying to be more aggressive - game experience is invaluable - you can't re-create that somewhere else - it's just confidence - it's the realization that you can do it - you contribute - starting from there - once you have that belief - you can work on improving and working on your weaknesses... don't miss the premiere of "i on the hawks" this thursday at 6:30 p-m on fox - we'll take a closer look at iowa and their week one opponent - miami of ohio - that will air every thursday throughout the football season...the vikings called the metrodome home for 32 years - and won zero super bowls during that span - today - it's a fresh start - a new era - a good, young team took
stadium... u-s bank stadium opened up on sunday - preseason football between the vikings and the chargers... end of the first half - teddy bridgewater squeezes it in there to kyle rudolph - and the big tight end does the rest - that's the first viking touchdown in the new stadium... second half now - weird play here - shaun hill finds mycole pruitt - he makes a move but fumbles it into the end zone - but no worries - scooped up by cordarelle patterson for a minnesota touchdown... then later - lookin' for the rook - the end zone fade to la treadwell - and the first round pick comes down with it...a good start in the new stadium - vikings win, 23- 10... david johnson in action today against the texans... first quarter - fantasy owners love to see this - johnson bursts through the hole and motors sixteen yards to set up a first and goal for the cardinals... and then - the former u-n-i great finishes the drive - johnson sidesteps - then cuts right into the end zone for six.... six carries, 28 yards, and a t-d for
left for zach johnson to accomplish in professional golf - he's won the masters - the british open - and ten other p-g-a tournaments - later this year - the iowa native can add to that list of accomplishments... johnson qualified for his fifth ryder cup on sunday - he's one of eight automatic qualifiers for team u-s-a - johnson made this team in 2006 - 20-10 - 20-12 - 20-14 - and in each of those years - europe defeated the united states... the magic number kernels - they won their seventh straight game on sunday - a 4 to 1 win over the lumberkings - brady anderson was fantastic - six innings, no earned runs - and jaylin davis hit his fifth homer of the season... cbs-2 news connects with the corridor.call us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2iowa.comor connect with us
a two year old's rendition of the alphabet song is catching heat online.she simple song into a ballad. ballad.little girl singing abc's abc'stwo-year-old violet ogea's rendition of the alphabet song has been viewed more than 3 million times on facebook since her mother posted it on thursday.violet lives in shreveport, louisiana, with her family, but she could be on broadway soon. jesse tyler ferguson,
morning...the cedar rapids group fighting back to end violence while kids are going back to school. the developing story after an n-b-a star's relative is shot and killed in chicago. the first amendment battle happening at the university of iowa right now. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin arry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio.
violence has claimed too many lives in cedar rapids, and one group wants it to stop. stop.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson explain how they hope to make that happen. happen.good morning guys, i'm here at redmond park where the cedar rapids group stop the violence held a back to school . bash.several families came out to the event yesterday.the group provided food, music and activities for kids.the cedar rapids police department also came out to spend time with the kids.organizers say creating positive community involvment will keep kids from
show these kids there's other things to do show them that there are adults that care about them and that are watching and that want to be role models for them just in case they don't have that person to talk to that support. organizers donated food, clothing and school supplies to help with those back to school expenses. expenses.covering the corridor in cedar rapids stephanie johnson cbs 2 news. a man is now charged with murder in the stabbing deaths deaths also worked as nurses in the poorest county in mississippi. mississippi.investigators say 46-year-old rodney sanders confessed to the crimes.a motive has yet to be released. today - mass will be held in jackson in honor of sisters paula merrill and sisters paula merrill and margaret held.last night - hundreds came to a small church to say goodbye to the two victims. right now -- two brothers are in jail -- accused of killing an n-b-a star's cousin.
26-year-old darwin sorrells junior and his 22-year-old brother derren with first degree murder.authorities say the men shot nykea aldridgein the head and arm when they fired at someone else. aldridge is n-b-a star dwayne wade's cousin -- and she was on her way to register her children for school.the baby she had with her was unharmed. police say both men have criminal records and gang affiliations. "it should tell you to stop talking and take action as to how we deal with repeat offenders. i'm frustrated, you should be frustrated. all of chicago should be frustrated. the answer is right in front of us. we just need to decide whether we want to make it happen." happen."there was a vigil sunday in chicago for aldridge. friends and family say they'll remember her as someone they could trust. rescue efforts continue this
looking to recover bodies from the rubble of last week's devastating earthquake that hit central italy.the 6-point-2 quake has killed at least 290 people, but that number could still rise.hopes of finding any more survivors are fading as each day passes. the university of iowa is changing its policy for using side-walk chalk on campus. campus.that comes after the art-work from a pro-life group in april was washed away.now -- students can only use the chalk for writing an events time- the name of the group.the change comes after students for life drew more than three- thousand hearts on university sidewalks for the number of abortions performed every day in the u-s.the hearts were power-washed -- leaving questions about why other chalk messages could stay. the iowa city press citizen is reporting that a judge has ruled the university of iowa can terminate the employment of longtime athletic department official jane meyer. she's worked for the
meyer's attorney tried to get an injunction to prevent the firing.she filed a discrimination lawsuit after she says she was moved to a less important position a week after telling athletics director gary barta about an alleged pattern of wage, sexual orientation, and gender discrimination. the school said meyer was moved out of the athletic department because her partner tracey griesbaum, intended to sue for discrimination. griesbaum is a former field hockey coach who was fired in 20-14. a new report on concussions says continuing to play after a teen athlete receives one doubles the recovery time.it can also lead to worse short-term mental functions. functions.the study was small -- with 69 teens at the university of pittsburgh medical center concussion clinic.it's the first study that compares recovery outcomes for athletes removed from a game to players left in the game.
safely made an emergency landing this weekend - after one of it's engines blew out. out.the flight was heading to orlando from new orleans when it was diverted to pensacola on saturday.the engine failure caused the cabin to lose pressure- forcing everyone to use oxygen masks.104 passengers and crew members were on board. "it was shaking at first right afterwards, and that sound... it just like blew. and then there was that rattling right lot when we were landing, other than that... god's good." good."the airline says the boeing 7-3-7 still landed safely and no one was injured. federal investigators are still looking into what went wrong with the engine. in scotland - two united airline pilots were arrested over the weekend - just moments before their flight. they're accused of fueling up on alcohol right before they were set to fly 141 passengers
pilots are expected to be arraigned today in glasgow.the flight was delayed for 10 hours while united looked for replacement pilots. in anamosa -- pooches spent their sunday afternoon dog- paddling at the local swimming pool.more than one hundred pups attended this pool party for just five dollars each. it's one of the many fundraisers throughout the year for the animal welfare foundation of iowa.this is the fifth year and all the money raised goes to a new shelter that's being built right now near monticello. "we're just really excited, for the last ten plus years everybody has been doing this out of their homes. they've been fostering the animals and finding them homes out of their homes. it's just so exciting to have a shelter." shelter."sunday's event raised 881 dollars for the new facility.an open house is planned for october. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.after the break...we look back at one of the most recognizable voices in american broadcasting. broadcasting.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have..
a longtime member of the cbs news family made big news over the weekend. weekend.beloved t-v and radio broadcaster charles osgood announced he's retiring as host of "c-b-s sunday morning." morning."tony - dokoupil tells us when he'll sign off on his very last show. show. pkg)(vo/sot: trumpet blast from reiche's "abblasen" and classic sunmo rising sun)[narr] twenty-two years ago charles years ago twenty-two years ago charles osgood took over one of television's most popular showsa&(cbs sunday morning clip, charles-hand- over-to-charles >) 00:13 to 00:17 charles, nobody has ever been welcomed as
here.[narr]a&and he replaced one of television's most popular figures, charles kuralta& (vo/sot: charles and charles)00:17 to 00:21well, thank you, charles. a real honor to succeed you, not replace you on this broadcast, no one can replace you.[narr] a&but now it's the man with the bow-tie and the penchant for the piano (vo: piano playing >) who seems irreplaceable. (cbs sunday morning clip, 8/28 broadcast) time code tkwho wouldn't want to be the one who introduces these terrific story tellers and the producers and writers and others who put together this unique program?[narr]on today's broadcast osgood directly addressed recent buzz surrounding his show. (cbs sunday morning clip, 8/28 broadcast)time code tk"some of you may have heard rumors lately that i won't be hosting these sunday morning broadcasts very much longer. well, i'm here to tell you that the rumors are true." [dokoupil stand-up outside studio]on september 25th, osgood will anchor his final show behind these doors. he'll leave behind sunday morning news program and, perhaps even more surprising, a show that's been growing since the day he took over.(sot: charles' first sunmo)15:33:16:06 // if you are wearing your bedroom slippers at this moment, you'll want to get something more substantial to get on your feet.[narr]last year sunday morning had its largest audience in nearly three decades, more than six million weekly? viewers. but it's still the same soothing sunday wake-up call and charles osgood is the still same comforting, - some say - priestly sunday presence.(vo as needed)[narr]since joining [narr](vo as needed)presence. sunday priestly some say - comforting, - some say - priestly sunday presence.(vo
cbs in 1971, he's served as an anchor and reporter for every news program on the network. he's filled his shelves with awards, including emmys and a peabody. and he's become a familiar face. but radio was, in fact, his first love. sot: "osgood file"time code tk: sound here this being 2016, you don't need 20/20 vision to see that the year 2020 is not far off - or perfect hearing to suspect that the roaring twenties may be making a comeback, lindy hop and all. [narr]his cbs radio show, the osgood file, continues. and so does osgood. (cbs sunday morning clip, 8/28 broadcast) time code tkbetween now and my last sunday morning i've got to weavers song... "so long it's been good to know you,so long it's been good to know you,so long it's been good to know you... what a long time since i've been home, and i've got to be drifting along..."[narr] osgood will host two more shows before his final sign-off on a special 90- minute edition of sunday morning. after that, charles, well, we'll see you on the
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humans are no longer being used - for facebook's trending feature.for now - it will all be run by algorithms. algorithms.people wont write news descriptions and headlines for the company's popular news topics.algorithms will automatically pick topics and generate text.the move comes months after facebook was accused of political bias in its "trending topics."a gizmodo article claimed freelance editors favored liberal topics over conservative ones.facebook conducted an internal investigation and said no evidence of bias was found -- but all employees will now go through political bias training. the giant beer company merger between anheuser-busch inbev and s-a-b miller could send thousands looking for work. work.the two giant beer companies have just been allowed to merge.busch is acquiring its competitor s-a-b miller.transaction documents show three precent of the workforce will be cut after the merger.they did not say
they both have a combined workforce of more than 200- thousand people.it could mean 6 thousand employees out of a job. "don't breathe" is taking movie goers breath away at the big screens. screens.the horror film suprisingly took the top spot at the box office this weekend - making around 26-million dollars."suicide squad" slipped to number two - raking in 12 million bucks since friday.that comes after a successful three weekends topping the box office.and the animated tale "kubo and the two strings" came in third, pulling in close to eight- million dollars. legendary singer patti labelle is releasing some new desserts at walmart this fall. fall.last year, her sweet potato pie was such a big hit they decided to add to the coll. collection.among the new products are berry cobbler, apple cobbler, peach cobbler, apple pecan cake and sweet potato loaf.her sweet potato pie wasn't that big of a deal until a youtuber posted a video review going bonkers over how tasty it was...the
here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... police are still looking for two people who robbed a marion gas station.officers were called to the fas fuel on eighth avenue friday eighth avenue friday morning.police say the man in these surveillance photos -- displayed a knife and demanded cash and cigarettes from the clerk.no one was injured. police are also trying to identify this woman who they say she was in the store just before the robbery.if you know either of these people, call marion police. right now - there are two open spots on the human rights commission in iowa city.the group works to educate, plan activities and programs, and fight against discrimination. they meet once a month.to apply for a three-year term, you must be 18-years-old.to find information - search for this story on our website at cbs 2-iowa-dot com. this week -- before the iowa hawkeyes open the 20-16 football season in kinnick stadium -- catch up on all things iowa in our premiere of "i on the hawks."cbs 2 sports
iowa and their week one opponent, miami of ohio.the new program will air every thursday throughout the football season at 6-thirty on our sister station fox 28. - this week-end - - an n-f-l quarter - back - blew up social media - - back - blew up social media - - before his foot - ball game - even started.colin - cap- er - nick - refused to stand for the national anthem - - saying he can't honor a flag - for a country that oppresses?? black people.he says it's bigger than thoughts - in tonights say wt whatthe pictures of cap - er - nick sparked outrage - - from those who saw it as disrespectful.and those defending his right to protest. protest." making 20 - 30 million dollars and say well our race has it so bad, we're picked on, baloney. " richard says - cap-er-nick should apologize - since being an american certainly hasn't hurt his success. success." i think anybody in
as much or as little out of his life as they want to i know plenty of minorities i live next to a reservation i've seen what happened to the reservation .. they're booming now. " " all i see is the most racist stuff about it. " but david says the negative response to cap-er-nick's national anthem protest - proves he's right. right." the song represents freedom, so he has the freedom to protest and people are knocking him for using his freedom, regardless of how much money he m choice. " " as a veteran i disagree with anyone not standing for our national anthem. " dan says he could have found a more positive protest. " i hope they kick him out of the country personally, myself right now, because hou shouldn't do that .. if they want to support a cause then they need to find a positive way to support the cause not a negetive way. " on our facebook page elle writes - article 11 gives him the right to protest ... so i'd say he's acting pretty american whether it agrees with your personal tastes or no. not." we need one thing that can join us together as a
song is it. " and tabith says she agrees this is a critical issue.but timing is everything - and simone biles and others created a great sense of national pride at the olympics - this may have ba. back-fired." act of not standing during the national anthem overshadowed his meaning and he was unable to direct the right kind of attention to his cause and instead has just caused almost more harm than good because people are more focused on that, then why he did it. " the n-f-l says it encourages players for the anthem - but does not require it.you can share your thoughts - right now - on our facebook page. if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in after the break...the next states trying to protect themselves from flood damage. damage.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the
right now on cbs 2 this morning...the breaking news overnight about a false alarm at a major u-s airport. the latest development the breaking news overnight about a false lamar odom at a major u.s. airport. >> the latest developments in a brutal murder trial in eastern iowa. >> the new work in cedar rapids for people who can't cover the cost themselves. welcome a live look at i 380 and u.s. 30 south as the